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Ravi Deepres

Professor of Moving Image and Photography

School of Visual Communication

Award winning artist, photographer and film maker with an international reputation for focusing on the intersection of the still and moving image.

Influences of identity, psychology, social conditioning, historical archives, and scientific/cosmological research constantly feed his practice. Expressed through conceptual documentary, choreographic and kinetically employed approaches. The work is often a primal and sensory experience and embraces the potential of collaboration, pushing the boundaries of innovative technology in creating new art and design languages.

His film and photographic installations for stage and screen focus on the symbiotic relationships of audience, choreography, sound, performance, design and filmic kinaesthetic connectivity, where image and process transcend their two dimensions when reacting with other mediums.

He collaborates frequently with choreographer, Wayne McGregor on numerous projects from film design for dance performance, to photographic and film creations. He has also worked with other globally renowned choreographers, directors, musicians, including Saburo Teshigawara, Phyllida Lloyd, Michael Clark, Zoviet France, Shobana Jeyasingh.

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